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" Above all, the most valuable part of the effect on the character which Christianity has produced by holding up in a Divine Person a standard of excellence and a model for imitation, is available even to the absolute unbeliever and can never more be lost... "
The Cradle of the Christ: A Study in Primitive Christianity - Página 207
de Octavius Brooks Frothingham - 1877 - 233 páginas
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The Christian's penny magazine, and friend of the people [ed. by J. Campbell ...

Congregational union of England and Wales - 1846
...Theism," Mr. Mill makes the following remarkable admissions — remarkable from his standpoint : " The most valuable part of the effect on the character...available even to the absolute unbeliever, and can never more be lost to humanity. For it is Christ rather than God whom Christianity has held up to believers...
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The Congregationalist, Volume 8

Robert William Dale, James Guinness Rogers - 1879
...Mr. Mill's idea that the personal influence of Christ— for that, I suppose, is what is meant by " the most valuable part of the effect on the character which Christianity has produced" — would remain, whatever came of Christianity itself. He says : " Whatever else may be taken away...
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Nature: The Utility of Religion, and Theism

John Stuart Mill - 1874 - 257 páginas
...actions, may Lave a real existence in a Being to whom we owe all such good as we enjoy. Above all, the most valuable part of the effect on the character...available even to the absolute unbeliever and can never more be lost to humanity. For it is Christ, rather than God, whom Christianity has held up to...
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The Edinburgh Review, Volume 141

1875
...on high — has kept this ' object of veneration and imitation before the eyes of man.' ' Above all, the most valuable part of the effect on the character...model for imitation, is available even to the absolute unbeb'ever and can never more be lost to humanit}'. For it is Christ, rather than GoJ, whom Christianity...
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The Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review, Volume 4

1875
...almost a positively Christian tone in many of the sentences of the following paragraphs: " Above all, the most valuable part of the effect on the character...Christianity has produced, by holding up in a divine person a'standard of excellence and a model of imitation, is available even to the absolute unbeliever, and...
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The Underwood-Marples Debate, Commencing July 20, 1875 and Continuing Four ...

Benjamin Franklin Underwood - 1878
...work entitled " Three Essays upon Religion." Concerning the Lord Jesus Christ he says: "Above all, the most valuable part of the effect on the character...Divine Person, a standard of excellence, and a model of imitation, is available even to the absolute unbeliever, and can never more t'e lost to humanity....
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Three Essays on Religion

John Stuart Mill - 1878 - 302 páginas
...excellence and a model for imitation, is available even to the absolute unbeliever and can never more be lost to humanity. For it is Christ, rather than...Christianity has held up to believers as the pattern o perfection for humanity. It is the God incarnate, more than the God of the Jews or of Nature, who...
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The Homilist; or, The pulpit for the people, conducted by D ..., Volume 6

David Thomas - 1878
...Christ is still left : a unique figure, not more unlike all His precursors than all His followers: a Divine Person, a Standard of excellence, and a Model for imitation, available even to the absolute unbeliever, and can never be lost to humanity." Now, the way to reach...
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Through, an attempt to show the value of thoroughness in Christian life and ...

sir John Robert L. Emilius Laurie (3rd bart.) - 1878
...Christ is still left : a unique figure, not more unlike all his precursors than all his followers : a divine Person, a standard of excellence and a model for imitation ; available even to the absolute unbeliever, and can never more be lost to humanity.' (Posthumous Essays...
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review, Volume 28

1879
...admitted to be of this ideal quality. Take, for example, these words of Mr. Mill : — " Above all, the most valuable part of the effect on the character...available even to the absolute unbeliever and can never more be lost to humanity. For it is Christ, 1 "Look at his hands . . . they are long, flexible,...
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